Unless I’m mistaking, the Sony Ericsson concept below is running Windows Phone 7 and if you want to know its source of inspiration, know that Esato board member zimB used the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. This concept car’s form factor was integrated with the WP UI, although I’m not quite happy
A couple of days ago juris15 from Esato showed us a brand new XPERIA concept, the X3, that now gets a couple of new pics. This device now gets more rounded edges, smooth finishing and we have to mention that its inspiration were the Bloggie cameras. The device is capable
This is an old-school handset design for two reasons: it uses the T series, that hasn’t been approached in a while and it’s a flip phone, stuff that Sony Ericsson hasn’t been showing much love for recently. Actually, the company hasn’t been producing new designs, sadly. Here’s the Sony Ericsson
If you want to switch from the usual concept phones, we can show you an interface design, created by Esato board user juris15, for the XPERIA smartphone. This skin relies on the Android 2.x platform and replaces the “ugly bar” with a new segment. What do you say? Would you
Esato board user Remort1 has been very prolific lately and if you loved his Sony Ericsson Aspen concept, you’ll surely like the new one. Meet the Sony Ericsson Urbania, relying on the SE Presence UI and packing a full touch display. There’s also a front videocall camera on board and
Talk about sleek Sony Ericsson concepts! Esato board member Remort1 has just posted a brilliant smartphone design that doesn’t have a name yet, but it looks quite stunning. The full touch handset features a 10 megapixel camera with flash and we’re really curious to find out more info about it.
Esato board member hydro created an interesting XPERIA concept, that you can see below. Dubbed the XPERIA Vibrance X12, this is a full touch smartphone, that’s very thin, probably has a huge screen diagonal and runs Android. The new XPERIA features a 4 inch HD OLED touch display, 16GB of
Esato board member RKSynth strikes again, this time with a Sony Ericsson Android phone, with a classic design. The device is known as SE Xytozo and it comes with 3G support, Bluetooth, GPS, a camera at the back and probably a bunch more features making it a great mid-end device.
Jozef Kocúr created a pretty interesting bunch of Sony Ericsson designs, Windows Mobile handsets from a series the designer called Yanq. We’ve seen a teaser of the latest device in the series, previously called Project Two, now known as Yanq 4G and pictured below: Jozef Kocúr claims he’ll publish more
Esato board user Remort1 recently published a teaser image for his next work, the first (we think) Sony Ericsson eco-friendly concept phone, from the GreenHeart series. The image doesn’t tell much, except for the fact that the device will sport a huge display and protect Mother Nature. What name you